I’m a Doctoral Researcher in the Department of Robotics at the University of Michigan, happily supervised by Professor Dmitry Berenson! My research spans Robotics, Machine Learning and Optimal Control. My primary focus is to develop systems capable of safe operation under uncertainty. Downstream applications of my work range from self-driving cars to robotic manipulators in human-shared environments.
I obtained a M.Eng. in Aeronautical Engineering from Imperial College London. While there, I collaborated with Dr. Panagiotis Angeloudis on developing control policies for autonomous vehicles, and with Professor Yiannis Demiris on embuing robotic manipulators with assistive capabilities.
Open to collaborations, reach me via email!
|Aug 2nd 2023
|“Safe and Efficient Manoeuvring for Emergency Vehicles in Autonomous Traffic using Multi-Agent Proximal Policy Optimisation” has been accepted to Transportmetrica A. Many congrats to Leandro Parada and Eduardo Candela!
|Jul 13th 2023
|“Driving Style Classification using Deep Temporal Clustering with Enhanced Explainability” has been accepted to ITSC 2023. Many congrats to Dr. Yuxiang Feng!
|Jun 5th 2023
|Submitted my M.Eng. Thesis at Imperial College London on “Robotic Assistive Feeding”!
|May 29th 2023
|“Probabilistic Planning for Maritime Search and Rescue” was accepted to DOD 2023!
|Mar 13th 2023
|Took part in a training course by the European Space Agency on Spacecraft Communications @ ESA ESEC (Redu & Galaxia) and ESOC.
Transferring Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Policies for Autonomous Driving using Sim-to-RealIn 35th IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)